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Garmin Edge 130 cycling computer. $99.93

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Great entry level garmin at a historical low price. Haven't really seen it for under $150.

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FYI, this is ANT+ compatible. So if you have old cadence, speed and HRM gear it will work.

also, this is *not* the Edge 130 Plus, which adds a few things like Workout and Crash Detection support, plus some other stuff. That is about $50 more direct from Garmin or on Amazon.

DC Rainmaker review:
https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2018/...eview.html
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Thumbs up for a cycling deal, and before the inevitable "why would I buy this when I can just use my cell phone" comments.
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Gents/ladies,

Would getting this and the cadence sensor/bar holder and hrm band be enough for a road cyclist or would I be better off with the wahoo element bolt? Who comes out as a middle of road for an seasonal rider but I also ride on YouTube videos on the trainer in winter.

Thanks in advance
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Gents/ladies,

Would getting this and the cadence sensor/bar holder and hrm band be enough for a road cyclist or would I be better off with the wahoo element bolt? Who comes out as a middle of road for an seasonal rider but I also ride on YouTube videos on the trainer in winter.

Thanks in advance
The Wahoo ELEMNT Bolt is a nicer computer and more reliable, in my experience. Many people I know have given up on Garmin computers and moved over to Wahoo. It still works with all of your sensors (including the awesome Garmin Varia radar).
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I'm looking for a garmin cycling computer with color maps. What's the cheapest deal on those?
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Gents/ladies,

Would getting this and the cadence sensor/bar holder and hrm band be enough for a road cyclist or would I be better off with the wahoo element bolt? Who comes out as a middle of road for an seasonal rider but I also ride on YouTube videos on the trainer in winter.

Thanks in advance
This is certainly more than capable for gps + hrm/cadence sensing for a few hours outdoors (or inside!). The Wahoo has pretty good turn-by-turn nav, which the 130 can't do in the same way (it has turn-by-turn but without maps, and needs to be pre-loaded) but you're looking at a pretty significant difference in price. The Edge 130 is also really diminutive in size so seems pretty convenient and low profile - easy to switch from bike to bike, doesn't need more than a small stem mount, etc.

While this would seem to fit the bill based on the use-case you described, for a better comparison I would highly encourage you to check out DCrainmaker's reviews (pretty much an authoritative source at this point) of both units. Looks like Ubie linked the 130 review above! If you're not already plugged into the Garmin ecosystem, the Wahoo looks like a really good computer, too! Love the way it displays Garmin Varia range on the side.
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Gents/ladies,

Would getting this and the cadence sensor/bar holder and hrm band be enough for a road cyclist or would I be better off with the wahoo element bolt? Who comes out as a middle of road for an seasonal rider but I also ride on YouTube videos on the trainer in winter.

Thanks in advance
The bolt is definitely more capable but also twice the price. I think there are few questions to ask if this unit would be sufficient: is the screen big enough, do you need routable maps (this doesn't have them, only breadcrumb type routes), and do you want to connect to Di2/etap. If you don't need those things then this is a great little unit.
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I'm looking for a garmin cycling computer with color maps. What's the cheapest deal on those?
I think the cheapest color Garmin Edge is the 520 Plus, which can be had for $199 new when it's on sale. Might be able to find a good deal if you're okay with used (?)
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If only it would pair with my Apple Watch so I could continue to leave my phone at home. I could always sync post ride, but that just seems like a hassle that I'd soon stop doing.
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I'm looking for a garmin cycling computer with color maps. What's the cheapest deal on those?
I would look at the Garmin Edge 520 Plus:

https://www.nashbar.com/garmin-ed...TeEALw_wcB

It was $205 last week but I didn't pull the trigger. Only reason I hesitated is because in MN, comfortable biking season doesn't start until mid-May so I'll hold out to see if better deals pop-up. Did a lot of research and it seems like the 520-Plus is 95% similar to the newest 530-Plus that costs ~$90 more. Only thing I see the 530-Plus has over the 520-Plus is that the newer model gets 3 hours of additional battery life.
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price jumped to $170
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Thanks but why is my cell phone not enough!?

Lol jk, I no longer see deal, link shows $170?
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I'm not joking. I ride about 100-150 miles a week. My friend that rides with me uses the bolt. While it's very nice, my Samsung S21 Ultra works better than his bolt can. I understand using these if you don't have a quadlock type mount but it's really just repetitive if you have a high end smartphone
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well that was dead fast, spent too much time reading reviewed between the 130 and 130 plus.

Do note that the 130 unit and sensor is still $135 whereas the unit itself is $170 now.
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